I have the following SQL statement.
SELECT eeun, eedpt, plbemp, eenam, plbbg1, sum(plbhrs), plbptp FROM
PRLBH, EEMP
WHERE PLBEMP = EEENO and PLBPTP in('CO','OH', '6D','7D','OG') and
EETDT = 0 and
EEDPT in (select PRDPT from PROVRDPT00 where PRNAME = 'BRANDTNS') and
PLBEDT
= 20090731
GROUP BY PLBEMP,EENAM ,EEDPT, EEUN, PLBBG1 ,plbptp
ORDER BY EEDPT,PLBEMP

That produces results like this
Eedpt plbemp eenam
plbbg1 eeun sum(plbhrs) PLBPTP
091 165 SMITH MICHAEL A 091
Y 16.00 470.00 OH
091 165 SMITH MICHAEL A 091
Y 5.50 470.00 6D
091 165 SMITH MICHAEL A 091
Y 16.00 470.00 6C

I get 3 records because there are three different values of PLBPTP

I can't get my grouping to work so that I get 1 record that looks like
this

091 165 SMITH, MICHAEL A 091 Y
37.50 470.00

Can you suggest a way to make this work?

Thanks

Mike



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